Abe Lyman substitutes for Phil Harris as Don introduces Jack Benny. With his success at playing the Bee behind him, Jack jokes about the prices in New York City. Mary recounts her flirtations on her train trip to the East coast. Phil had to stay in Hollywood to make a movie, but will Jack have any troubles with Abe Lyman? Abe plays, Slumming on Park Avenue.
Mary’s flirtations continue as she describes Abe, then Kenny Baker makes his appearance to share about some of the sights he has seen. Though Jack has had trouble wiih Abe, and his tough guy persona, Kenny manages to get a little pushy. Kenny sings, When the Poppies Bloom Again.
Though Jack has played the Bee, he won’t feel fully vindicated until he meets Stuart Cannon, and proves to himself the boy is actually a 10 year old. First, Schlepperman pops in to tell about his hotel business. Abe Lyman plays a popular tune from the film, the Bandwagon.
Jack gets in a few gags at Fred Allen’s expense, then Stuart Cannon visits. Will Jack and Stuart make nice, and become friends? Will Jack be convinced that Stuart is actually a boy of 10?
No music. Those old fashioned Retrobots share a little about the significance of this New York show.